Mandarin Museum and Historical Society Posted on : March 17, 2015Category : Buildings & Landmarks, Historic Neighborhoods, Educational InstitutionsTags : Mandarin Museum, african american school house Tweet Embed Code Report this videoViolent or repulsive contentHateful or abusive contentHarmful dangerous actsSpam or misleadingChild abuseSexual content Emily Lisska interviews officers of the Mandarin Museum and Historical Society about moving a historic African American school house to their site. Related VideosNAS 75th AnniversaryUSS Adams Ship MuseumRitz Theatre and MuseumMandarin Museum and Historical..Ritz Theatre & MuseumHemming Park HistoryHenry John Klutho, the great J..Taylor Hardwick interviewPat Patillo InterviewSaving the Klutho Apartments180 Years of Courthouses of Du..History of the Greater Jackson..Historic Site Marker ProjectBartram TrailSt. James Building - Memories ..Fort Caroline and the Timuquan..Jacksonville Fire MuseumHistory of the Jacksonville Zo..History of the Jacksonville Zo..Old St Lukes Hospital - 2011Old St Lukes Hospital PurchaseHistoric LighthousesMaritime Heritage MuseumNorman Studios - Silent Film M..Jean Ribault Mural by Lee Adam..Endangered Buildings - 2012Courthouse History of Duval Co..Mid-Century Modern Architectur..100 Years of Architecture--MOS..Old St Lukes Maarten van de Guchte intervie..Preservation Success StoriesJacksonville's Endangered Land..The Jacksonville Zoo's 100th a..Endangered Buildings 2013 Ritz Theatre & Museum History of Newspapers in Jacksonville No comments yet. Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Name (required) Email (will not be published) (required) Website Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.